Hello! Hope you’re having a great day! A friend has strongly suggested that I submit a few samples of my work and see if I could get published through your amazing magazine. So I’m taking a chance and taking his advice.
However, I’m unfamiliar with the necessary steps one would have to take to be considered for inclusion in ImagineFX. I would love to learn how and talk further. I have attached a nice PDF sample for your convenience and consideration.
Thank you once again ImagineFX! Keep up the incredible work! Looking forward to talking further with you. Angelita Ramos, via email Claire replies Thanks for writing in, Angelita, and for sending in your art. The most straightforward way for artists to get their work published in ImagineFX is in our FXPosé section. You’ll find more details about how to submit your art for consideration on page 18 of this issue.
Life imitating art
I just wanted to write in and say how much I enjoy ImagineFX each month – I’ve been a subscriber for several years and love my word-free covers! But more to the point, I wanted to say how insightful and useful your story on the Art of Imitation was, in issue 114. As a new artist, and with so many high-quality images seemingly available for free on the internet, I think I could easily have made the mistake of including something ”borrowed” from elsewhere in an image of mine, especially when photobashing, without really thinking about it. It was fascinating to see that even top artists make mistakes like this. Thank you for the wake-up call. Barry Johnson, via email Claire replies Thanks for getting in touch, Barry. I’m glad the story struck a chord with
Angelita asked how best to submit art work into ImagineFX. Answers on page 18!